Photocopier, device for making instant replicas of documents or images on paper. Photocopiers use light to change the static charge of a specially coated surface, which is known as xerography or electrostatic printing, the same principle at work in laser printers used with computers. It is a simple example of shooting a camera.Xerography, electrostatic dry-printing process for the reproduction of images or documents, widely employed in commerce and industry in copying machines.Furthermore, photocopiers have its share of good and bad effects.With photocopying, pamphlets and other information paraphernalia can be easily reproduced for the benefit of the common people. Specific tidbits of information can easily be copied without the need for manual transcription of the certain snippet. People are also empowered to gather data using handy and clear means such as a photocopied part of a book.

However, some people always see the greed side of the very convenient machine. Many people often photocopy whole books and later re-sell these books to customers who are unwise about the book. Putting it simply, photocopiers aided plagiarizers to do their jobs more easily than before. Of course, there are copyrights and intellectual property agreements that could punish the wrongdoer but it is quite hard to track the source of a photocopied book already distributed in the general public. Indeed, photocopiers in a way made some students to become lazier to write and take down notes and instead opt to photocopy the lessons since it is more convenient and doesn’t have to worry about possible lack of information that imperfect note-taking could possibly commit.

Posted 2011-01-29 and updated on Jun 08, 2011 3:06am by crisd

 Jun 08, 2011 3:06amGood to see a tealnt at work. I canÂ’t match that. by Lyzbeth
You may write your reply now.
Name : ZIP(optional) :
Please DO NOT use html tags or links.


Since 2010 by Noel Allosa